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Joe Stöckel

Joe Stöckel
Joe Stöckel

Joe Stöckel was a German actor, director, and screenwriter.

Joe Stöckel was born on Thursday, September 27th, 1894, in Munich, Germany. His zodiac sign was Libra, and in Chinese astrology, his sign was that of the .

He died on Sunday, June 14th, 1959 at the age of sixty-four (64) in Munich, Germany.

As an actor, Joe Stöckel has performed in movies such as "Das Weiße Abenteuer", released in 1952 in which he plays Josef Stutzinger, "Wildwest in Oberbayern"(1951), "Das Sündige Dorf"(1954) in which he portrays Thomas Stangassinger, "Der Eingebildete Kranke"(1952) in which he plays Daxenmeyer/Der eingebildete Kranke, "Das Sündige Dorf"(1940) as Thomas Stangassinger, and "Marccos tollste Wette"(1926) (character: Marcco).

Joe Stöckel was also a movie director and has worked on movies such as "Oh, diese lieben Verwandten", released in 1955, "Ehestreik"(1953), "Zwei in einem Anzug"(1950), "Die Falsche Braut"(1945), "Der Verkaufte Großvater"(1942), and "Der Scheinheilige Florian"(1941).

Also a screenwriter, Joe Stöckel has worked on "Das Sündige Dorf", released in 1954.

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